Sorry to zombie this thread. Lots of great info here, but the regexp could use a bit of cleaning up:
/d matches a numeric digit (same as [0-9])
* matches the previous character 0 or more times (optional set of characters)
+ matches the previous character 1 or more times (definitely at least 1 of something there)
I'm surprised you don't have to escape the forward slashes-
// matches / because / normally indicates something special for the next character, like /s = space, /d = digit, etc.
GigabitEthernet/d///d///d+ matches GigabitEthernet<digit>/<digit>/<one or more digits>
I'm fairly handy with regexp, but a total noob at EEM.
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